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APPENDIX B                                   157

York-Antwerp Rules, 1950                 York-Antwerp Rules, 1924

off, minus the proceeds of the old
metaL Nails, felt, and labour
metalling are subject to a deduction
of one-third.

When a ship is fitted with pro-
pelling, refrigerating, electrical or
other machinery, or with insulatioa,
or with wireless apparatus, repairs
to such machinery, insulation or
wireless apparatus to be subject to
the same deductions as in the case
of iron or steel ships.

In the case of ships generally:

In the case of all ships, the ex-
pense of straightening bent iron-
work, including labour of taking
out and replacing it, shall be
allowed in full.

Graving dock dues, including ex-
penses of removals, cartage, use of
shears, stages, and graving dock
materials, shall be allowed in full.

Role XIV.   Temporary Eepairs.

Where temporary repairs are
effected to a ship at a port of loading
call or refuge, for the common
safety, or of damage caused by
general average sacrifice, the cost
of such repairs shall be admitted
as general average.

Where temporary repairs of
accidental damage are effected
merely to enable the adventure to
be completed, the cost of such
repairs shall be admitted as general
average without regard to the
saving, if any, to other interests, but
only up to the saving, in expense
which would have been incurred and
allowed in general average if such
repairs had not been effected there.

No deductions "new for old"
shall be made from the cost of
temporary repairs allowable as
general average.

Rule XV.-—Loss o! Freight

Loss of freight arising from dam-
age to or loss of cargo shall be made
good as general average, either
when caused by a general average
act, or when the damage to or loss
of cargo is so made good.

Deduction shall be made from the
amount of gross freight lost, of the
charges which the owner thereof
would have incurred to earn such
freight, but has, in consequence of
the sacrifice, not incurred.

Rule XIV.—Temporary Eepairs

Where temporary repairs are
effected to a ship at a port of load-
ing, call or refuge, for the common
safety, or of damage caused by
general average sacrifice, the cost of
such repairs shall be admitted as
general average; but where tem-
porary repairs of accidental damage
are effected merely to enable the
adventure to be completed, the cost
of such repairs shall be admitted as
general average only up to the sav-
ing in expense which would have
been incurred and allowed in general
average had such repairs not been
effected there.

No deductions "new for old"
shall be made from the cost of tem-
porary repairs allowable as general
average.

Rule XV.—Same